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Three New Leaders As HBA Tourney Ends Sunday Lipscomb A//-Evenfs Tops "Single; Play Arcaia millwright Ulch Lipscpmb has taken the all-events lead In Ibe. 18th Annual Hiimboldt Bowling Association Handicap Tournament, and Is in the money in doubles, singles and team events as well. UpacomQjir«UJ87 team score a 676 s j|,gi es serieS| 704 doubles score and 687 team tally. Doubles and singles continue Sunday at E 4 0 Bowl on High way 209 north of Areata. . The lop teams now include Gray's, 3145; Crocker - Anglo, 3103; E 0, 3093; E: Q Market and Sequoia Saw Shop, 3058. E ' 0 Market rolled its total' Friday riight. Singles leaders a,re Billson, 729; Pete Evaiis, 723;": Roy Jackson, 702; -Phil' Anderson, 685; Phi! 'Col, tre,.679; Charles Baldosser, Bleb. Lipscomb and Frank Borges, 676; Earl Biehn, 672; and. Bill Boyd, 671. Friday for E 0 Market to boost his all-events total to 2067. New singles scries and doubles leaders also emerged from the best night of Uie tourney. Eureka Prescription Pharmacy team member Bob Billson rolled a 729 to take over the singles lead, while Carl Eskildsen and Bob Griggs of Ferndale scored 1343, best doubles total. ·· Only leaders surviving the Frl day night performances 'were Al Batini. in' singles with 291, and Gray's' Hug Cutters events with 3146. in t e a m Lipscomb's 2076 total includes Eureka Jr. High Squeaks Past Jacobs Nine,8-6 Eureka Junior High's nine scored seven runs in the fourth and fifth innings to break up a game against the Jacobs Junior High Trojans Friday afternoon. The 8-6 victory upped Eureka's season record to 6-2-1. The Junior f erini| Clifford Peterson - Bud Loggers had to stave off a three- run Jacobs rally in the seventh The doubles leaders are Eskildsen and Griggs, 1343;. Pete Larson and Clayton Knowles, 1326; Earl Biehn and Ben Spinnj, 1302; Ran and Rich Lipscomb, 1294; and Joe Womble and Jim Godfrey, 1283. Lipscomb is in the money in all-events, teams, singles and doubles. to preserve the win, however. Jacobs established a 1-0 lead in the second inning on two er- Robinson, Bob Weatherbee - Byre] Zollo, Charles Giannini - Phil Citti, Ed Goforth - Babe Kryla, Harold Stephens - Wallace Wilson, double in the third made it 2-0. Eureka tallied three runs in the fourth as Ed Cqx, Larry LaFon- tatae and Russ Wiley singled. In the fifth inning they made it 7-2 on consecutive singles by Gerry Myers . Barney Barnes, Cox, Bob Hodgson and Bob Finnegan, a double by LaFontaine and a safety by Wiley. Rusty Eastman singled for Jacobs in the fifth to narrow the gap tin Marks - Sid Murrish, Marino to 7-3. But the Junior Loggers got Stefani - W i l l i a m Hunsaker, the run back in the seventh when Charles Nichols - Tony Gray, Finnegan singled and' scored on Steve Gray - George Bermudez. Wiley's sacrifice fly. frame featured singles by Craij Perronc, Brace Thulian ant Kauffman and doubles by John qarmesln · Elec Motson, Dave Felasdni and Eastman. Junior High Girls Net Team Wins Betty Bishop and Candice An- the Eureka Junior High girls' tennis team to a 2-1 win against McKinleyville Friday. Bishop scored a 10-8 victory Earl Morris, Sid Ayer - Bob Spa- against Susan Johnson. Anderson letla; Normen Vincent - Ken Buntrock, Dick Gillum - Max defeated Donna Sorenson 6-1. McKinleyville's Elaine Lonkey defeated Linda Marrs 10-8 in the Combs, Craig Morris - Ted Mor, second set. SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) -Now that Billy Pierce has shown that ·eports he was washed Up ac- ually were hogwash, the unbeaten San Francisco Giants today poked to young Gaylord Perry o bring Ihem their fifth straight 'Ictory. '· Perry, rookie brother of Cleveand pitching star Jim .Perry, will ace the veteran Bob Purkey of Cincinnati as the National League champion'Reds try'to break put of a skid in which they have lost three of their" first four contests. Pierce, veteran pM' seasons with the Chicago White Sox, made a. memorable entrance into the senior circuit Friday night by pitching 71-3 innings of two-hit lall as the Giants waxed the Reds, 7-2, The only players to jet to the fast-working southpaw were Wally Post, who clubbed a SUNDAY Doubles Singles 12:00 -- Fred .Vanni - Lou Pit- Baseball Standings By United Press International American League Washington Minnesota Chicago Sew York ioslon Los Angeles K. Starkovich - Leo Nelson, Joe Detroit rors. A walk and Bob Kauffman's T oni j c h . Al Hansen, Frank Redden - Bill Cooke, Bill Cowdto Bob Kay. Cleveland Baltimore {ansas City -- Ray Logan - Charlie Willlts, Richard Burns - Beryl Prince, George Bell - E. Pansier, Friday's Results Detroit 5 New York 3 (Vashington 5 Cleveland 2 :hicago 12 Kansas City 5, night Harvey Oleman - L. A. Peterson, LO S Ang at Minnesota, ppd. snow Myrle Sheets - John Carey, Dick Boston at Baltimore, ppd., rain Clinton - Adolph Corder, Walter Jackson - Henry Lundblade, Mar- 4:00 -- Bill Bott - Hank Johnson, The Jacobs rally in the seventh Bill Short · Ken Anderson, George McKay - Frank Maness, Tony Collenberg - Dudley Sacchi, John Hondley - Lou Oilar, Joe Cramer. Ferd Cramer, William McMor- ine - William Hollenberg, Norm L °? Angeles Wilson - George Siverson, Elmer Johnson - Steve Kezeley, Jack Milton - Jim Bengler. 6:00 - Al Alora - Stan Stark, Roy Deacon - Tony Crapo, Jack derson" scored match wins to boost Mellon - Farrell Purcell, Lefty Marlow - Jack Kinser, Bob Palm, er - George Stark, Dennis Morgan - Phil Addison, Lloyd Sublett- Borges, Al Batini - George Me- MOTOROLA TRANSISTOR-POWERED RADIO Compares wilh car radios costing many dollars more/ SEPIC'S AUTOMOTIVE AND BOATING SUPPLIES -- Radio TV 7th C Street Eureka SPORTS STANDARDSaMsy, April 14, 1962, P. 9 Giants' Perry Duels C/ncy's Bob Purkey W. L. PoL GB 2 , 01.000 ... .667 .667 .500 .500 .500 .500 .333 .000 .250 Sunday's Games Chicago at Kansas City Los Angeles at Minnesota New York at Detroit Vashington at Cleveland (2) Boston at Baltimore (2) National League W. L. Pot. GB San Francisco SL Louis 'ittsburgh Houston 01.000 0 1.000 01.000 1 1 1 2 .750 .750 .667 .000 ,200 3'A .000 4 .000 4 3 hiladelphia New York Cincinnati Chicago Milwaukee Friday's Results Pittsburgh 4 New York 3 St. Louis 8 Chicago 5, 15 Innings Philadelphia 3 Houston 2, night Angeles 6 Milwaukee 3, night San Fran 7 Cincinnati 2, night Sunday's Games St. Louis at Chicago Milwaukee at Los Angeles Cincinnati at San Francisco Pittsburgh at New York (2) Houston at Philadelphia (2) Protest Filed On Louis Promotions FRESNO (UPI) -A formal pro :est against Joe Louis' U n i t e d World Enterprises, boxing promo- Jon group, has been filed with the State Athletic Commission by a Fresno boxing promoter. Ed York, general manager for Valley Sports, Inc., contender that the Louis organization is not properly regulated and will not Jive new boxers an opportunity o fight. York asserted the group which plans to televise four 10- round matches April 23 to be seen at a Fresno theater, will "hurt wxing in California by reaping the benefits of all the small fight clubs." "I have protested to the state commission on t h e s e grounds,' York said, "and If the commission doesn't give us an answer I wil seek hgal advice on attaching the gate receipts from the local thea ter showing Louis' boxing program." ses-empty homer in the fifth ning, and Vada Pinson. T h e let clipped a run-scoring sine in the eighth Inning as erce began to tire. Then Stu ler lopk over and got the side t after Pierce left to the ap- ause of a crowd of 23,775. Umpire Al Barlick blew the ilstle. on. Pierce as soon as Uie ty had made his first delivery a National Leaguer. Barlick aimed that Billy was placing s front foot ahead of the slat stead of on it. The pitch wa? langed from a strike to a ball Ed Kasko and Manager Alvifi irk of the Giants was chased ' arguin, Kasko eventually fouled out and erce then retired the next 12 tiers before Post bopped his ,o clout. In the meantime the ants went to work on lefty Jim Hit by pitcher for Q'Toole In (Ih; b-- singled for Johnson In 9lh; c-- Ground, oul for Nunn In 9lh. nclnnitl ...- ......... ... too 110 ol»-2 n Francisco ............ IOHH nx-J ·Cepeda, Hlller. PO-A-- Clndnnal San Francisco 27-7. LOB-- Clncln- ll' I, San. Francisco 7. 20^-Kuenn Midgets Race At Areata Sunday Time trials start at 1:30 o'clocl and racing gets underway at : o'clock Sunday in Areata Quarts Midget Association competition. A 40-lap main event will fea lure the racing. The semi-main will be 35 laps and trophy dashes and hents will be hew. Novices will drive in a divis Ion of their own . The refreshment booth will b open. Admission to the Baldwii Junior Motordrome is free. Ily FHEU DOWN UPI Sjiorts Writer Say hey, but it's hard to tell oday whether Willie Mays or his San Francisco Giant teammates are flyin' higher. Willie is rackin' 'em up fur fail with three home runs in four James, the Giants lead the Nn .ional league with a 4-0 record and ex-Chicago White Sox ace 3illy Pierce has his first NL · .ory. It all adds up to a tremendous start for the Giants who hope this rear to reward San Francisco ans with the first NL pennant in city history; Mays homered in the sixth inning to put the Giants ahead anc Orlando Cepeda also homered in .he.seventh in the Giants' 7-2 triumph over the Cincinnati Reds. t was the first of the year for Cepeda. Pierce Surprises Giants Pierce, who won 18!) games in the American League hut lookec Toole, knocking him for nine of P r «»y much washed up last sea- eir 11 hits. After Pierce had singled and ored from second on Harvey lenn's double to make the score in the fifth, Willie Mays hil e first pitch -- as usual -- for s third homer of the season '.o ve San Francisco a 2-1 edge ;n sixth, Two more runs scored in that ime and Orlando Cepeda fol- ved with a two-run homer in son and during spring training, ras a revelation to the Giants. He went 7 1-3 innings before weaken- ng and giving way to Slu Miller. Pierce struck out four and walkec three. The Giants have a game leat over both the unbeaten Pittsburgh ?irates and St. Louis Cardinals who scored 4-3 and 8-5 victories over the New York Mets and Chi cago Cubs respectively Friday, seventh lhat pretty much put The Philadelphia Phillies handed ings on ice. Howie Nunn pitched the eighth ning for Cincinnati and was ined Post with the bases load- in the eighth after issuing a ss. He was nicked for a single the ninth but fanned Kasko to d the game. NCINNATI SAN FRANCISCO ab t n bl «b ' li 61 aiko is 5 0 0 0 Kuermlf 1 0 1 olas 2b 2 0 0 0 Pagan is 5 1 1 0 c f 4 0 1 1 MayB cf 3 1 1 oblnson r f 3 0 0 0 Cepeda Ib 3 2 1 2 «| If i 1 1 1 F. Alou rf 4 0 1 olemsn Ib 4 0 0 0 Bailey c 3 1 0 arper 3b 4 0 0 0 Davenp't 3b 4 1 2 ohnson c 2 0 0 0 Hlller 5b i 0 3 2 Edwards 'Toole p -Cardenas unn p Keougli ·ntili 1 0 1 0 pierce 2 0 0 0 Miller p 0 1 0 0 o o o o 1 0 0 0 SI I J 1 Tolals 31 111 , . a-- Post, Mays Tools IL, 0-1) . 7 nn 1 erce IW. 1-0) . 7 Her HP8--By Pierce Cepeda. H SB-- Harper, (Cardenas). Balk-- .r w-- . Toole. U-- Harvey, Barlick, Crawford, Budd Runs In Quaniico Event QUANTICO, Va. (UPI) - Villa- va's Frank Budd, holder of the orld's record of 9.2 seconds in 100-yard dash, was scheduled four hits and drove in day to compete in the sprints their runs. the second day of the Quan co Relays. Another record holder, Al Oer r of West Babylon, N.Y., Friday ose to topping his 1960 Olympii 191 feet -- just 3 feet 2 inches ort of the Olympic mark. Besides the sprints, the javelin ot put, hop step and jump, 120- ning in the last ird high hurdles, 440-yard relays ad 3,000 meter steeplechase were today's program. Also sched ed were the sprint medley relay, 'o-mile relay,' half mile relay, He run and three one-mile re- ys. Gianfs, Bucs. Cards Chalk Up NL Wins; Tigers Dump Yanks tav York Detroit Stafford, Arroyo (7), Coales (7) ind Howard. Lary, Dunning (8t and lioarke, Drown (8). Winner-- .ary (1-0). Loser--Arroyo (0-1). HR--Howard. (Called end of 5 inns., rain) Burnside (1-0) and Schmidt. Latman, Allen (4) and Romano. Los r--Latman (0-1). HR-Woodling, Herbert, Zanni (4) and Lollnr Ditmar, Kunkel (7), Osinski (8) nd Azcue. Winner-- Zanni (1-0). Loser-- Ditmar (0-1). HR-- Apari- the Houston Colt .45s their first oss, 3-2, and the Los Angeles Dodgers beat the Milwaukee ged for another run. Miller B rav es, 6-3, in other NL games Tigers Top Yanks In the American League, the Detroit Tigers whipped the New York Yankees, 5-3, the Washing ton Senators topped the Cleveland Indians, 5-2, and the Chicago White Sox beat the Kansas Cltj A's, 12-5. The Pirates ruined the Mets debut in New York with the ai of two eighth-inning wild pitche by reliever Ray Daviault. Tom Sturdivant went seven innings fo the victory with Elroy Face fin ishing. Sherm (Roadblock) Jonei suffered the defeat. The Cardinals won out over thi Cubs in the 15th inning when Don Landrum singled in one run am Bill White doubled in two more Lindy McDaniel, who went the last three innings, was the winnei 'hile Bob Anderson was the loser Rookie Jack Hamilton pitched a seven-hitter to enable the Phillies to snap the Colt .45s' winning streak at three games. The 6-4 200-pound right-hander struck ou six and walked four. Tony Gon zalez had a homer and a tripl to account for two of the Phillies Sturdivant, Face (8) and Burgess. Jones, Moford (6), Daviault 8) and Ginsberg. Winner--Slurdi- rant (1-0). Loser--Jones (0-1). IIR --Thomas. do innings) St.L. 010 000 111 000 013-- 8 16 1 Chi. 101 001 100 000 : 010--5 13 0 Vashburn, Sadecki (7), Bauta 8), McDaniel (8), J. Anderson 15) and Oliver, Schaeffer (14) Ellsworth, Elston (9), R. Anderon (10), Stevens (15), Warner 15) and Taylor, Thacker (12) Vinner--McDaniel (1-0). Loser-R. Anderson (0-1). HR-Brock, Vhite. Tommy Davis Homers Don Drysdale struck out 11 am Tommy Davis hit a three-ru homer to pace the Dodgers' vie t a new meet mark and came lory over the Braves, who hav lost four straight games. Lc\ :ord in the discus with a toss Burdette was rocked for six run in six innings to absorb the de feat. Frank Lary, aided by Jim Bun innings raised his lifetime record agains the Yankees to 28-10 in a gam played in Detroit's snow and rain A pinch single by Bubba Morto and a triple by Lary--both agains Yankee relief ace Luis Arroyo- were the key blows of the game First Time in Eureka ... at BROADWAY LANES 'Bowling Bingo 1 * WIN CASH PRIZES ... LOTS OF FUN, TOO! This fun game to be bowled every Sunday at 7 p.m. Inquire At desk for rules and information BROADWAY LANES roldwiy at Highland American League Boston at Baltimore, ppd., rain. Los Ang. at Minn., ppd., snow. 020 100 000 002 000- 3 30.x- 5 Vashington Cleveland 201 002 0 2 -- 5 7 0 00-- 2 4 1 Chicago 000 ansas City 012 512--12 15 0 002-- 5 6 1 National League 'ittsburgh ^ew York 010-- 4 010-3 louston 000 100 'hiladelphia 010 001 001-- 2 7 0 Olx- 3 4 1 Farrell, Tiefenauer (7) am Smith. Hamilton (1-0) and Dal rymple. Loser--Farrell (0-1). HR --Gonzalez. Milwaukee 000 010 C92- 3 Los Angeles 100 050 OOx-- 6 7 2 Burdette, Piche'(7) and Torre Drysdale (1-0) and Roseboro. Los er-Burdette (0-1). HR-T. Davis McMillan. Cincinnati ian Fran. 000 010 000 013 010-- 2 3 0 21X-- 7 11 2 O'Toole, Nunn (8) and Johnson Pierce, Miller (8) and Bailey Winner--Pierce (1-0). Loser -O'Toole (0-1). HR--Post, Mays 'epeda. Lane, Molina Battle At San Jose SAN JOSE, Calif. (UPD-Ve'sr- dn Kenny Lane and knockout art- si Luis Molina go "on stage" tonight in Civic Auditorium before he nation's television fans--with Molina rated a 10-8 favorite to ·ctain his unbeaten record. Molina, boasting 17 knockouts in lis 20 fights, will weigh in at iboul 1311 pounds and Lane will come in-around the same for tlie )out that will be shown over an ABC-TV. . In Lane, Molina will take on his most experienced foe. The 30-year- ild campaigner from Muskegon, Mich., has hall four times as many louts as the San Jose boy and las lost only 10 of them. "Molina is going to be irised," said Lane as he finished lis training. "He's not going to inve no patsy. I've fought all the est fighters in the world." What the man said was true. e lost a 15-round decision to champion Joe Brown for the wo-ld ightweight title. He won a decision from Carlos Ortiz, but was nocked out by the same fighter when they had a return bout for .he world junior welterweight crown. Lane also has met and lickec such fine lighlwefghts as Virgil Akins, Johnny Busso, Johnny Gonsalves, Frankie Hyff, Ralph Du pas, Glen Flanagan and Hoacine Khalfi. Molina's best-Known foes prob ibly have been Orlando Zulueta and Cisco Andrade--both whippet vhen they were on the downgrade Luis, who owns and operates a jrocery store which he purchasec with his ring earnings, refuses to predict the outcome of this one. "I tako my fights as the; come," says the former sergean and a member of the 1953 U.S Olympic boxing team, "I don't say I'm going to knock out anybody. 1 ' Musial Acquires 39ih NL Record CHICAGO (UPI) -- Stan Musia owns" his 39th National Lcagui record today: A lifetime mark o 1,860 runs scored. Musial passed former New Yorl Gianl home run king Mel Olt Fri day when he scored in the sccom inning of the St. Louis Cardinals 15-inning, 8-5 victory over the Chicago Cubs. LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Two of he best southpaws in baseball, olinny Podres a n d Warren Spahn, oppose each oilier tonight vhen the Ixis Angeles Dodgers md Milwaukee Braves resume loslililies at Chavez Ravine Podres, Spahn Duel At Chavez Ravine Tonight Stadium, Podres and Spahn both lost heir inilial appearances of the season, the Dodger hurler going lown lo defeat in the opener igainst Cincinnati ami Spahn icing beaten by the Giants at San 'rancisco. A pitching duel was indicated lowever. Podres last season had in 111-5 record while Spahn was 1-13. Friday night big Don Drysdale made his season debut and came .hrough wilh a 6-3 victory as he 'anncd 11 men to equal his best strikeout mark of last season. Bui ic gave up cighl hits including Roy McMillan's two-run homer in .he ninth. Five-Hun Fifth Drysdale and his teammates more than made up for that with five-run splurge in the fifth when outfielder Tommy Davis stroked a three-run homer into the left field stands. The barrage came off long-time Dodger nemesis Lew Burdette who had beaten the Los Angeles ,ub nine times against two de- eats in the coliseum. Burdetle gave up only two hits ir the first four innings, but |h (III proved his downfall. Daryl penccr and Willie Davis singled. Tysdalc doubled in Spencer, and ic bases were loaded on an In- cnlional walk to Maury Wills. Jim Gilliam sent a run home n a sacrifice fly and then Tom- ly Davis homered into the stands i put the game out of Mil- 'aukee's reach. No Screen Worry "I wanted to win that game more than I would a World Series ;amc." Drysdale said after the 'ictory. "It would have been a hame to lose the first one in this cw park. And I knew that Coli- eum loft field screen wasn't hore to bother me." Until the big fifth inning. Ihe Braves and Dodgers each had cored a run. The Dodgers pushed · an unearned tally in the irst inning ami the Braves picked up a run in the fifth. In the fifth the Braves loaded he bases with two away, hut Drysdale struck out Joe Adcock o retire the side. And in the' linlh after McMillan's homerr Drysdale fanned Hank Aaron. ,', Friendship Links Tourney Sunday Entries will be taken while jilay Is underway In the Eureka Men's Golf Association Friendship Tournament Sunday. The tournament will start at 7:30 a. m. on the Eureka Municipal course. The startor will be nl the first tec at that lime, anil golfers may report to him. Nearly 45 golfers had entered iy today. 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